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WEDNESDAY^ MAY 28. }9a0 



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Vol. 95— No, 22 



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FIRST In state — Jaycees attended state convention in StI Louis and bring bacl( 
-first-in-state-award.^including-Te|cogi pition for many com munjty. pr ojects. Civi c 
group will take entries to national competition. From left Don O'Connor, out^ 
standing state director; Wayne Salonen, outstanding local president; and Chuck 
Spillner, outstandinig district director. ^ Photo by Lisa Wilkie. 



Dad Vliirn to be 'greaf 




Ahtiocb ChamlNtr, QtCdmiiierce and Iih 
diistfy is riBBd^inijTq^^^ 
this time to honor fathe^ihUie Antipch com- 
munity. According to Chamt>er secretary 
Dixie Sparks, grade schools have again par- 



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Ticliets are available for the An- 
tioch Mental Health Assn.. Cotillion 
to be held May 3l at the Abbey in 
Lake - Geneva, from association 
members and the State Bank of An: 
tioch and the Frist Nattonal Bank of 
Antioch. Tickets are $35. 

The cocktail hour \yiU be held out- . 
side again this year, and will lie' 
followed by a prime rib dlniier and 
dancing to the music of The Scotch 
Lads. 

Members of this years' Cotillion 
Committee are: PatLorenz, Annette 
Lubkeman, Kay Costoff, Anne St. 
Pierre, Louise Vos, Dorothy Teister, 
Lorraine Santi, Beverly Adesko, 
Thelma Anderson and Phyllis 
Bucar. ' ' 

Page 4 and 5 — Congratulations 
Antioch area high and grade school 
graduates 1 Schools list candidates 
for upcoming commencement hi 
special News graduation edition. 

Page 6 and 7 — Faces In the crowd 
peek out while Little League gets un- 
der way. :' 



Page 9 — Sequoits finish season 
winners. 



acipated in; the distribution of forms for 
ybiuiigs.ters to jdeiscrib^ iii 25 additional words 
orless,*'Myfatberisthegreatestbecause.*.'. 

The deadline for the submission of entries 
for the father of the year contest is June 12, 
and the winner will be announced similar to 
the Mother's Day contest, the week after 
Father's Day. . AntioQh merchants and 
businesses will Ise' participating by donating 
various gifts to the winner of the contest. 

"WE ARE LOOKING for a natural respon- 
se from children about their fathers," stated' 
Sparks^ "We want to remind parents not to 
help thehr children with the short essay on 
thefa- fathers." 

Sparks went on to thank all the businesses 
and merchants throughout the Antioch iarea 
for the generous response to Chamber 
promotions. "The spirit and enthusiasm 
generated by the business community 
toward Chamber activities have made the 
promotions very successful." 

In other activity, Sparks announced the up- 
coming general membership meeting date 
as June 24. Although the location for the 
meeting hasn't yet been secured, it will be a 
luncheon, and the speaker should be of in- 
terest to everyone. "General membership 
chairman Bill Brook is busy confirming the 
program. We are planning on very well- 
versed speakers from the Illinois Commerce 
and Community Affairs," she said. 

At previous board meetings, the Chamber 
discussed having a speaker specializing in 
industry, however, the June meeting topic 
has not yet been confirmed. "' 

Sparks also pointed out that the July 13 
eighth annual art and antique fair sponsored 
by the. Chamber should be a "spectacular 
day." Limited 12 by 12 spaces for dlplaying 
homemade crafts and other items are 
available by contacting the Chamber office 
at395-2233. 



Congrats to 
areagrads 

With upcoming, comniencement exercises 
scheduled at many area schools, this week's 
addition of the News is complete with class 
lists from all the Antioch area schools. Also, 
times, dates and places are listed in each 
story. 



Honors day was held at Antioch High 
School on May 22, and many graduating 
seniors were recognized for their outsanding 
achievements during their tenure at ACHS. 

Various community organiztions, along 
. with state and local scholarship foundations 
participated in the day of recognition. Depar- 
tments within the school also acknowledged 
students for their participation in both 
scholar and extra curricular activities. 

During the honor ceremony, the American 
Legion, represented by James Ferrier, 
presented the outstanding boy and girl in the 
class of 1980 awards to Jim Serticlind Kathy 
~Oddsen;-and the Boy's^Stateaward to Mitch- 
Kruczek. Sue Rathman representing the 
American Legidh Auxiliary awarded >Ann 
Sertic for Girl's State. The Antioch Woman's 
Club, represented by Mrs. J. McLellan, also 
awarded Oddsen and Jim Sertic for being 
selected outstandhig girl and boy in the 
.senior class." . ' ^'-■ 

SUMMER SCHOLARSHIPS given to 
students included, art, Kathy Achs, Peter 
eleven; chorus. Eastern Illinois University, 
Tom Sniith,- Jennifer BieV,"band; Eastern 
Illinbis Uiiiviersity; Suil^ildth. Pata Koenig; 
conservation. Western Illinois University, 
Debbie Wendland, Rick Samson. 

Other scholarships presented included the 
Alice E. Smith Scholarship to Ruth 
Maplethorpe; Conservation -Scholarship, 
presented by Pres Reckers of the State Bank 
of Antioch, Tammy Smith, Janine Casey; 
presented by Laddie Korecek of the Antioch 
Savings & Loan Assn., Dawn Hansen; 
presented by Peter eleven of the First 
National Baidc, Karen Portalski; the Donna 
Costoff Scholarship, presented by Mr. A, 
Costoff, Karen Shepard, Kathy Oddsen; 
Lake Region Homemaker's Scholarship, 
presented by Mary Wells, Gregory Stevens, 
Patricia Hinz; Helen Johnson Volk Scholar- 
' ship, presented by Irene Seeburg, Marsha 
Fallon. 

AWARDS PRESENTED to seniors in- 
cluded the Sons of American Revolution, 
presented by Mr. B. Showers, Jim Sertic; Air 
Force Academy Good Citizen Medal and ap- 
pointment, to the Academy, presented by 
Showers and Major Wege, Dan Behne; An- 
tioch PTC, Wallace Anderson Memorial and 
Francis Mitchell Memorial, presented by 
Irene Williams, Steve Ksioszk and Catherine 
Buj^ respectively; Easter Seal Scholar- 
ship, presented by Sally Liestner, Steve 
Morris; Josten Efficiency Award, presented 
by Mrs. Joyce Heneberry, Val Hauh, Kathy 



Oddsen, Sue Apsotal and Steve Ksioszk; 
Sequoia Award by Mrs. J. Heneberry, Matt 
Gloi?er. 

Students receiving recognition through the 
business department were Kerri Gallaher, 
for her national accounting contest win; Er- 
die Cole, beginning typing, perfect timing; 
Julie Mealer, beginning typing, fastest time; - 
Ellen Brotherton, advanced typing, perfect 
and fastest time. Business awards were 
presentedby Doug Johnson, business depart- 
ment headl 

JAY BRATTON presented math awards to 
the high scorer of the national math contest 
-to-Keith-LaChance.-He-aIso~recognized-the— 
Illinois Math League winners which included 
Peggy Rogers, Dwan Krahn, Jennifer 
Czapiewski, Jim Sertic, Tom Green, Sue 
Butler, Patty Hinz, Jim DeZetter, Al 
Apostal, Tom VanderMeer, Keith LaChance, 
Dawn Flacshner, , Janice Wolf, Robert' 
Dunlap and Steve Skidmore. 

Sam Good presented the Industrial 
Education Achievement Awdird .to David 
Berchtold. 

Awards given through the Lake Ctninty 
' Area' Vcycational Center, and iJresented by 
Adrian Mueller, ACHS vocatlbnal coor- 
dinator, went to Frank Wojtkiewicz, out- 
standing student in graphic . com- 
munications; Robert Runyard, outstanding 
student in machine shop; Kathy Salyards, 
outstanding student in commercial food. 

COUNSELOR JANE Abramson presented 
the National Merit Letter of Commendation, 
Chester Golonka Music Scholarship and the 
Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation awards to. 
Susan E|lier, Laura Dubek and Ed Wells, 
respectively. Abramson also presented 
Illhiois State Scholars with awards, and ' 
presented the Acemdemic Scholarship 
Award to Maria Mikula. 

Illinois State Scholars included Susan 
EUer, Marsha Fallon, George Firestone, Joy 
'Gossman, Suzanne Harrison, Valerie Haun, 
Patricia Hinz, Alan Kauth, Dawn Krahn, 
Keith LaChance, Patricia Langager, Gary 
Manuel, Ruth Maplethorpe, Maria Mikula, 
James Nikolai, K^thy Oddsen, Peggy 
Rogers, Jim Sertic, Karen Shepard, Greg 
Stevens and Beth Venn. 

Patty Hinz was awarded for perfect at- 
tendance for three years, while Mary Mat- 
tson. Dawn Krahn, Miice Mattson, Denise 
Friseil. Principal Art Blecke presented those 
awards. 

Blecke also awarded scholars with a 4.0 
average throughout their high school career. , 



High school board approves 
service building construction 



The plans for the new service building to be- 
built adjacent to the Antioch Upper Grade 
School on Highview Dr., have now been ap- 
proved by the final third of the trio of Antioch 
agencies working for the construction of the 
storage and restroom facility. 

The Antioch High School board, at its 
regular meeting, approved the plans that 
call for the erecting of an 18 by 30 foo| 
building to be used during high school, grade 
school and park district acitivities. High' 
school students will construct the brick-, 
finished building, and the $13,000 cost will be 
split among the three agencies agreeing, to 
the construction. 

JN OTHER BOARD discussion, business 
-manager Keith Wierschem told the board of 
the .U.S.4)ept. of Agriculture ruling on car- 



bonated beverages in schools. It will be 
required that vending machines selling car- 
bonated beverages be eHminated and 
replaced with such items as 'fruit juice. The 
DOA made the ruling regarding ^e nutrition 
content of food after a study on school lunch 
projgrams was conducted. 

The board also heard that. the, position of 
the Illinois State Legislature will not require 
any major changes in Antioch High School's 
minhnum competency requkemejit. An- 
iioch's current competency requirement is 
incorporated into individual classes^ while 
some states have a blanket test covering 
basic skills a student should have learned in 
high school A vote will be taken in June in 
the legislature, explaining the guidelines for 
minimum competency. 



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WEDNESDAY/ AAAY 28. 1960 




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Well, with all the nice weather over the weekend, I bet 
everyone had a real nice time with outdoor activities/! sure 
did. Had the chance to go sailing for the first time this year, 
and also watched some baseball. Sure was glad that the 
major league baseball strike was averted in the wee hours of 
Thursday morning. Boy, if I. made the.typ^ of money that 
those fellas did, I sure wouldn't want to goof up by striking 
out. 



Congratulations go out to athletes at Antioch High school. 
First of all, to two all-conference members of the Sequoit 
baseball team, were selected. Tom Bernet and Mark 
Pomazak were named to the team. 

Secondly, the girl's softball team placed second in the Nor; 
thwest Suburban Conference with a 11-4 record. They even 
beat the conference leading Warren Blue Devils, who have 
lost only t wo conference g ames in the pas t three ye ars. 



ACMS puts hand 
in S^ck exchange 

The* advanced business where they wer^ analysed by 
class at Antioch High School computer. V 

recently completed a stock EACH TEAM recblved a 
market game that was of- weekly' print-out snowing, 
fered through University of current transactions, port- 
folio status, and commission 
and interest charges. At the 
end of the game, teams with 
the largest portolio values 
won regional and statewide 
prizes. ■„_ 

Despite the downward 
plunge^of the stock market 
since the beginning of the 
year, Antioch's team 13 con- 
sisting of Jim Andre and 
Kathy Achs, received $50 for 
their second place finish in 
the Illinois region. Aiidre 
said, "The stock, market 
game is interesting, you 
learn about real life in- 
vesting. I know I have a bett 
ter understanding of the 
economy. 



Memory Lane 



Well wishes go out to Mrs. Don Skidmore, who, I hear, was 
just brought home from a hospital stay. Hope she's up to par 



soon. 



Also, heard that Russ Fairchild is out and about in full for- 
-ce.-He's beenstoppinfi in at various sh ops and r estaurants 
downtown, and is getting around with the helpof a walker., 
Hats of f to you Russ I i 



Antioch will be btizzing with the Rotary hosting people par- 
ticipating in the International Rotary Exchange being held in 
Chicago this year. There will be people from all over the 
world' meeting in Chicago, which just happens to be where 
the businessman's club was founded 75 years ago. I hear they 
might tour Thelan's Ready Mix operation while they're here. 
'They certainly will have a nice time at Mr, Barr's, who will 
be hosting the folks for cocktails before they will go to in- 
dividual Rotary member's homes to dine. They should be 
here until about 10 p.m. on June 3rd, so pretty up your yards 
so when they drive by, they'll remember how nice Antioch 
was. '*, . * 



Wisconsin-Parkside, and 
coordinated by director of 
economic education and 
research institute, Richard 
Keehn. 

Thirteen teams of ad- 
vanced business class 
students at ACHS, under the 
direction of Susan Groth, in- 
vested a hypothetical 
$100,000 in New York Stock 
Exchange common stocks. 
The Antioch teams were in 
competition with 40 teams 
throughout northern Lake 
• County, and team number 
13, ca[)tained by Jim Andre, 
.placed second in the event. 
There were a total 425 teams 
-participating in the program^ 
throughout Wisconsin and 
Lake County. 

in the hypothetical 
business situation, each 
team could buy, sell, but on 
inargin and sell short based' 
on actual daily market 
closing pribes. Daily tran- 
saction cards were sub- 
mitted to advisors, and for- 
warded weekly to U of W, 




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"There is a lot of risk in in- 
vesting, but it's worth it, and 
I look forward to the stock 
market game next spring." 



PROCLAMATION 

May was proclaimed 
Head-Start Month by Mayor 
Michael Haley at the Maj/ 19 
Antioch ^Village board 
meeting. 



Sequoits marching 
to summer tunes 



The marching Antioch 
High School Sequoits have 
listed the schedule for sum- 
mer activities they will be 
participating in. 

There will be practices on 
Mondays, June 9-30, with the 
parade schedule beginning 
on Friday, July 4 in Racine. 



- On Sunday, July 6, the 
Sequoits will march in 
Waukegan; on Sunday, July 
13, in Bristol; and on Friday 
and Saturday July 18 and 19 
the band will travel to Min- 
neapolis. 

The band is under the 
direction of John Olisar and 
Ms. Sydney Klocke. 




Sw/ngers 
chip 

The Spring Valley 
Swingers have announced 
last week's results of golf at 
the Spring Valley Country 
Club. 

Jan Bartel was A flight 
winner of low net; A flight 
winner of the event of the 
, day, longest putt, front nine, 
Marilyn Bies; longest putt, 
back nine, Marge Anderson; 
,B flight winner of low net, 
Betty Hartnell; B flight win- 
ner of the event of day, 
longest putt, front nine, Lin- , 
da Tolppi; longest putt back 
nine, Mickey Brysiewicz. 

Other notes included both 
Cindy Smith and Elsie Fonk 
chipping in at holes one and 
13 respectively. 

Donations 
sought 

Donations are being ac- 
cepted at the First National 
Bank of Antioch in 'the new 
accounts department on 
behalf of the family of Philip 
Cirone. 

Cirone, unable to work sin- 
ce last July because of an 
acute illness, ,, has incurred 
medical expenses beyond his 
ability to pay. 

TOTAL 

There is a toUl of $809,122 
in the general fund of the 
Village of Antioch as of the 
end of April. 



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50 YEARS AGO: MAY29«tS30 



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/The coining of a timely slogan lias won a Ford car for Mrs. 
Grace Griffin of Salem, it has been announced by the judges 
in a nationwide contest in which a suitable slogan was 
desire^ to prieseht to Priesiderit Herbert Hoover, the federal 
farm board and the United States Cliamber of Cbninierae for : 
use in their woric of promoting fam pros|iNeirityj''*Bet(er 
timesforfarmers— better times for £(U/' Mrs. Griffin isiaid. 

Declaring that the evidence was insufficient to hold Mrs: 
Eihina Nixon on the arson charge brought by the state fire 
marshal'^ office Justice Charles Mason dismissed the case. 

A class of 26, one of the largest ever finishing the eighth 
grade in the local .schools, was given certification ol. 
promotion to high school at the exercises Monday nl^tlMar- 
jorie'CrowIey and Marvin Van Patten were recipient^of the . 
American Legion school awards. 

Prominent among those who will take their places in the 
line of march in the Memorial Day Parade, tomorrow, will be 
A- J. Felter; the only surviving Civil W^r Bet^yeen the states 
veteran and John N.'Pacini, the only local Spanish Amieirican 
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Twenty-six will be presented with diplomas on Juiie 2, from 
Antioch High School. Valedictorian is Dorothy Hughes and 
.Salutatorian is Homer Edwards. 

Milk thieves are again active in this village after 
householders had been free of the annc^ance for nearly three 
years. Bottles of milk haVe been taken this week from door- 
steps at the homes of A.B. Johnson, and Wm. Girard. 

Forty-five couples attended the- junior banquet -prom 
wblchvras^hdd in th^ hig^ Friday night. It was 

decorated like a Jaj^hlwre flower garden; At the banquet 
Olive Hansen welcomed those pr^ent and Lilah Hawkins, 
G.G. Reed, Miss Alice Sniith and Howard Mastfie gave 
responses to the toasts, the titles ^f which carried out the 
Japanese theme of the evening. Olive :Hanseh and Gordon 
Martin led the grand march which inaugurated the prom, the 
music for which was furnished by Bud Spaight's Harmony 
Kin^ of Elkhom, Wis. Helen Peterson and Clayton O'Haver 
were chairmen of the committees in charge of the affair. ■. , 



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Fiftyrfive seniors will be graduated in exercises of the An- 
tioch High School Friday, June|2 in the gymnasiuni. Betty 
Jean McDougall is valedictorian and Clarice Greenlee is 
salutatorian. 

Herman Kapell won $200 prize money as fifth in singles 
competition at the Lake Forest Bowling Lan^ annual classic 
which ended Monday. 

Mayor James McMillen has proclaimed May 30 as 
Memorial Day to honor the dead and disabled war veterans. 
The parade will begin at the high school and pass dowii Main 
St. to the Memorial Park where a program will be conducted. 

Fifty-seven pupils from five schools will be graduated 
tomorrow in exercises at the Antioch High School 
auditorium. • 

The new Towne Theatre on Grand Ave. in Fox Lake will be 
opened Saturday, May 27, marking a big step forward in the 
growth of the community. 

Janice Runyard was queen of the Junior prom at Antioch 
Township High School Saturday night. Her attendants were 
Marilyn Wallace and Pat Hogan. 

10 YEARS AGO: MAY 28, 1970 

The first graduation ceremony of the College of Lake Coun- 
ty will be held on June 7, at St; Mary's of the Lake auditorium 
near Mundelein. _ . 

The class of 1945 of Antioch Community High School is 
celebrating its.25th Anniversary with a dinner on June 27 at 
Joe and Helen's Little Acres, _ 

Mrs. Vera L. Horton will serve as chairman for The 
Salvation Army's Doughnut Day, Friday, June 12. 

The 1970 Wonderful World of Scouting was held at the Lake 
County Fairgrounds recently. Winners of the space derby in- 
clude David Volling, third place, Jim Brown, second place , 
and David Teich, first place. 

Three portraits were dedicated on May 6 in the Illinois 
State Senate Chambers including one of an Antioch resident. 
The Antioch resident was Richey V. Graham, president pro- 
tempore of the senate during the administration of the late 
Gov. Henry Homer. 

Lance Berg, a freshman at Antioch Community High 
School and son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Berg, was awarded a 
certificate of honor by the high school for his citizenship, 
diligence and accomplishments in communications arts, in 
which he participated in addition to his regular schedule. 



ELECTED 

Student council and class officers have been elected for the 
1980-81 school year at Antioch High. Anne Humphrys is 
president, and Tracy Freeman is vice president of student 
council. t . . 





the ■ Lake County '■. Bar 'Ifllled ^ ^t a dinner held 
Assn. elected officers at ils; August l. 
annual meeting held at the g,,^^^^ president was Eva 
Swedish Glee Club last mon- schwartzman, Llbertyyille; 
th. The officers will be in- first vice president, JPaul 



Bartolain, Waukegan; 
second Vice president, Ted 
Larson, Antioch; secretary, 
Denis McKeown, 

Waukegan; treasurer, Ned 
Fisher, Waukegan. 



^ AND CAMP 

Band camp for Antioch 
High School students will be 
held August ' 10-15 at 
Covenant Harbor in Lake 
Geneva. Cost for each cam- 
per will be $45, and '^Cor- 
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WEDNESDAY; MAY 28, 1980 



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Graduation ceremonies 
for 365 Antioch High School 
seniors will take place in the 
North Gym at ACHS at 3:30' 
,p.m.,Sunday, Junes. 

School board president 
Robert Lindblad will band. 
out diplomas to th^ can- 
' didatts-, while awards will be 
giv en to b oth valedictorian 
and salulatorian. Senior 
class president, Greg 
Stev^is will address guests 
and candidates. Music will 
be provided by the. high 
school choir and band. 

Graduating with honors 
are: 

LouAnn Albano, Michael 
K. Anderson, Suzanne E. 
Apostalt Daniel Glenn 
Behne, Jennifer Marie 
Bellucci, David Allen Ber- 
chtold, Nancy Ann iBIan- 
chette, Lily Ann Boynton, 
Raymond Burnett, . Dean 
Calonder, Thomas Clinton 
Camp, Victoria Lynn Camp, 
Michele Leta Camion, Cyn- 
thia Ann Carney, Lisa Joan 
eleven, Caroline Marie Cor- 
so, Elsteli Ruth Custy, Laura 
Jo Dubek, Susan Mary Dyer, 
Mary Elizabeth Echean- 
dia.Marsha Fallon, Valeria 
Lee Fasnacht and George 
Mathias Firestone. 

Also, Denis Charles 
Flaschner n. Kern Joan 
Gallagher, Joy Ellen 
Gossman, John Werner 
. Goth, Tooette Catherine 
GriQa Donna Sosan HalL 
Sozaiice ^iPcrgfTe Harrisoo, 
Vsler>& Am t^im , Patricia 
GecTgeoe Hi2z, James M. 
Bersrh, Lai Aim Hucko*, 
Sandra D. Jooes, Ingrid 
Marie JurgCTsen, Alan R; 
Kauth, Mark S. Kempski, 
Mary J. Kinahan, Julie Ann ) 
Koss, Dawn Lynn Krahn, 1 
Paulette E. Kreulach. 
Stephen R. Ksioszk, Keith 
Alan LaChance, Karen 
Denize Leiand, Jill Marie 
Levoe, Robert L. Lichosik, 
Laura Anne Lindsey, Gary 
A. Manuel, Ruth Ellen 
Maplethorpe, Mary Rose 
Mattson, Arlene Ann 
Messner, Lori Lynn Meyer, 
Maria Rose Mikula, Laura 
^Ann Mitchell, Christie Anne 
Nielsen and Kenneth Allen 
Nieze. - ^ . 

Also, James E. Nikolai, 
Kathryn Oddsen, Linda 
Charlotte Olson, Cynthia 
Ann Parker, Peggy Marie 
Rogers, Diane Marie 
Runyard, Robert David 
Runyard, Jacqueline Kim 
Satumia, James Lawrence 



Sertic, Karen Joyce 
Sbepard,' Stade Ann Slazes, 
Roberto R. Soto, Gregory E. 
Stevens, Jay Edward Tur- 
ney, Wade M. Vanderwall, 
Beth Ann Venn, Donna War- 
ner and Donna Jean Wamke. 
Also graduating are: 
Mark Abear, Mary Tina 
Abern^tfay, Carmen Blaria 
Agron, Karen Elizabeth 
Allen, Kristan IL Andexson, 
Michael Raymond An- 
deraon, Robin Wendy An- 
derson, Donna Frances An- 
. dre, Jeffrey Lee Andre, 
Laura Elizabeth Ano, 
Melody Lynn Aronson, John 
T. Aschbacher, William 
James Bachochin, Barbara 
Lynn Bailey, Kimbo-ly Rae . 
Ball, Leanne Lynelle Barth, 
Gary Becker, David S. 
Behne, Jennifo' Ann Behne, 
Diane Jenise Befarendt, Karl 
E. Belz, Kenneth Douglas 
Berkley, Thomas E. Bemet, 
Keith Duane Beyer II, Philip 
William Bielawski, Gregory 
John Bies, Thomas J.ohn 
Bieschke, Gerald J. Bitto, 
Michael E. Blake, Eric Blan- 
chette, James Alien Bletsch, 
John G. Blue, Keith Michael 
Boehm, Charles Bogaerts, 
Cathy Jean Bohrin, Mary 
Linda. Bonner, Michael T. 
Boston, Terreoce G. Boston 
andDinoBraglia. 

Also. Lynda Renae 
Buckingham. William Blake 
Buckmaster, Catherine J. 
Bums. Sandra J. Burritt, 
Paul James Butler, Jr., 
Scott A. Buxton, Sharon 
Mane Cain, Brian Anthony 
Cardiff, Daniel Neal Carney, 
Mitch Case, Fred J. Chase. 

Four ;of ten 

eight-year 
students 

Faith Evangelical Luthern 
School will hold ceremonies 
for ten candidates for 
graduation from the eighth 
grade. Four of the 
candidates have attended all 
eight grades at the new 
Christian facility. 

Candidates include Cheryl 
Anderson, Todd Banasack, 
Jeff Graf, Dale KeUor, 
Dwight Krahn, Marie 
Lundgren, Robert Moll, 
Gene Morris, Amy Schmidt 
and Steven Steinke. 

Commencement will be at 
7 p.m., Friday, May 30 at 
Faith Evangelical Church. 



Dianne M. Cheyerette, Kim 
Lee Chostner, Carl . G. 
Christenson, JAichael An- 
thony Clemens, Catherine J. 
Cole, Donna E. Cojes, 
Michelle Renee Combs, 
Denise Marie . Connelly, 
Steve Ellet Cooper, Lori 
Lynn Corey, Gindy L. Craw, 
Jeffrey A. Crichtoo, Robert 
J. Crowell, Luanne Marie 
Danmiann, James Theodore 
Davis, Karen Christine 
Davis, ■ Petec Anthony 
Deming, Geraldine Dickens, 
Anita Louise Diviak, Jon 
Charles Donelson and Jerry 
B.Drije. 

Also, Deborah Jean Duha, 
David Jon Dunn, Catherine 
Leigh Durkin, pavid 
Michael Duvall, Debra Lynn 
Eberhard, Scott David 
Eichler, Susan Gail Eller, 
Timothy Reinhard Joseph 
Ernstmeyer, Robert W. 
Finn, Daniel, J. Fitzgerald, 
Glen David Flanagan, Mit- 
chell Louis Floden, James G. 
Foerster, Heidi Force, John 
Thomas Fries, Denise Marie 
Frisell, Kevin Paul Fucela, 
Jennifer Sue Garland, Lisa . 
Garofalo, Scott Phillip 
Georgeson, John T. Ger- 
main, Jon Michael Gibson^ 
Kurt F. Ginkel, Matthew 



James Glover, Brian C. 
Gniadek, Robin Jean Griffin 
andDiane Marie Grohs. 

Also, Sam M. Guardi, 
Dave Gustafson, Timothy 
David Gwinn, Diane Marie 
Hairrell, J^ Jeppy Hanert, 
Julian Gail kanhum, Jay D. 
Harreld, Kelly Ann Hassett, 
Donna Kathl^ Haviland, 
James Edward Heischberg, 
Phillip R. Herrera, Pera 
Jayne Higgins, Gary Lee 
Hill, Kari Lymie Hoffmann, 
Janet Sue Holem, Julie Ann 
Hope, Judith Lynri 
Houghton, Daniel, Hucker, 
Renee Lee Huggler, Connie 
R. Hunt, Donelle '^ Marie 
Jankovsky, Cheryl Lynn 
Jenkins, Deborah Ann 
Jenkins, Mary Jewczyk, 
Janie Rose Jorgensen, Kurt 
E. Kapischke, Darrell D. 
Kellor, Jaclyn Marie Kem- 
pher and Kathleen Anne 
Kenyon. 

Also, Scott Michael Ker- 
by, Snellen Kildegaard, 
Larry A. Knab, Loretta Ann 
Koch, Mary Margaret 
Koenig, Christine Theresa 
Komosinski, Richard Kret- 
sch, Michael R. Ksioszk, An- 
thony Edward Kucia, Kim- 
berly S. Kut, Darryl J. 
Kwak, Frank Edwar<jl 




LaForge, Patriciaf A, 
Langager, Scott K. LaRocco, 
Daniel C. Larson, Gerald L. 
Lasco, James Mitchell 
Lasco, James E. Lass, Matti 
Laurila, Robert Joseph 
Lech, Wallace R. Lerake, 
Noreen Liebert, Michelle 
Marie Locheh, Barb Lom- 
bardo, Victoria Lynn Lom- 
bardo, Patricia Jean Long, \ 
Lonnie D. Lubkeman.Mat- < 
thew James Lubkeman and 
James Leroy Mahr, Jr. 

Also, ' James Joseph 
Muncuso, Monte J. Mark, 
Cameron R. Martz, Michael 
R. Mattson, Thomas Robert 
McCarthy, Martha Jane 
McClure, Mary Elaine 
McClure, James Lee 
McCormick, James Harry 
McDonald, Joseph D. 
Mealer, Chris Douglas 
Mehaffey, Kathleen Lynn 
Michalski, David J. Miles, 
Jeffrey Kenneth Miller, Dirk 
A. Millsop, Melaine R. 
Mohar, . Cheryl Louise 
Moran, Steven L. Morris, 
Eric Kenneth Mortag, Jay 
Mouton, Beth L.. Mueller, 
Kevin Robert Murphy, Abby 
Nasenbeny, Ronald Boyd 
Nauman, Kenneth E. Nevitt, 
Carol Ann Nielsen, Theresa 
J. Nischan, Margaret Rose 
Noonan, Daniel K. Nystrom 
and Michael Paul O'Brieif. 

,Also Diane B. Otten, Irene 
M. Pappas, Billie Sue 
-Parker, Sara A. Parker, > 
Sherry Lynn Patts, Robert 
Daniel Payden, Elizabeth 
Berry Payne, Scott William 
Petersen, Mary Elizabeth 
Pilkington, Timothy Dean 
Plett, Laura Glenn 



I'ocmich, Phillip Portwich, 
Cheryl Lynn Poaiosi 
Gregory Glenn Povilaitis, 
Michael Dion Pramshafer, 
Janies Joseph Pratt) 
Jennifer Pratt, Tom 
Proctor, Linda Pusateri, 
Sandra Dee Rapp, Edward 
P. Rehfeldt, WlUiam L. 
Richter, Jr., Daniel James 
Riezinger, Williani Edward 
Ring, Daun Mae Rogers, 
Michelle Marie Ronayne, 
Diane Blariev Ruggles, s! 
Catherine Salyards, 
Raymond Joseph ScarpelU 
and . Kimberly Marie 
Schaeifer. 



Also, F'atricia Ann 
Schartz, James Marshall' 
Schlarbaum, Henry j. 
Schmidt, Jr. Robert Joseph 
Schneider, Susan 

Schwanbeck, Ellen Diane 
Sedar, Kurt R. S^Iak, Ed. 
Sershon, Jay A. Shanks, 
Dean Jay Sheridan, Susan I. 
Shinsky, Tina Marie Shyan, 
Debra CaroUne Siems, Carol 
Anne Simon, Susan Marie 
Simonson, Joseph Rocco 
Sisto, , Elizabeth Anne 
Smouse, Debra Anne 
Sokolowski, Jon Sorensen, 
Mashell L. Soulak, Tamara 
Lynn Splayt, Christine Ann 
Splitt, Rita J. Stevens, John 
J. Stiles, Pamela Jean 
Stillson, Dawn Leigh Stowell 
and William Johh Strahan 
and James Alan Stroschein. 

Also, Kathleen Angela 
Summers, Gregory M. 
Sutton, James Tanner, 
William David Tinkes, Trent . 

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HONORS DAY — Maria Mikula, left, receives cer- 
tificate for acedemic scholarship from Antioch High 
School counselor Jane Abramson. Many awards, 
scholorships were given to outstanding scholars at 
honors day held May 22 at Antioch High School. — 
Photo by Rex Merriweather. 



The band and choir will be 
featured during the Grass 
Lake Grade School 
graduation to be held atl:30. 
p.m., Sunday/ June 1, at the 
Grass Lake School gym. 
Featured speaker will be 
WiUiamC. Petty. 

Eigth graders that are 
candidates for graduation 
with high honors are, 
Edward Harmon LaPlante, 
salutatorian, Craig A. 
James, valedictorian; 
Kristine J. Meyer, Paula 
Annette Morrison, Peter M. 
Bicanic, Dennis J. Berg and 
Jennifer Lynn Aljten. 

Other Candidates from the 
1980 class are, Deborah Ann 
Bailey, Keith A; Brewick, 
Michelle Marie Burke, 
Victor J. Calonder, Susan 
Cigrang, James C. Colbum, 
Michael T. Doolittle, Kelly 



Jo Gilmore, Mark A. Gwinn. 
Jeanette H. Henning, 
Thomas E. Hensel, Rick 
Adam Keefer ' and Diana 
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Carol L. Lasky, Michael C. 
Lengvenis, Richard H. 
Lengvenis, Marlene Diane 
Olsen, Mike D. Papp, 
Richter F. Pauly, Tammy 
Christeen Ferryman, 
Christopher Ronald 
Quinlivan, Jeffrey D. 
Rietschel, David A. Sarlo, 
Dawn Marie Sarlo and Tod 
G. Schlenz. 

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Milowski, Eve G. Montalvo, 
James M. Morrison, 
Barrette June Schugart, 
Gilbert G. Schumacher, 
Thomas G. Sexton, Annica 
M:' SoUenskog, John L. 
Steitz^ III and Brian J. 
Waters. 



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Guest 'speaker at the An- 
tioch Grade School 
graduation ceremony will be 
high school senior, female, 
student of the year Kathy 
.Oddsen. Kathleen Lilgner 
and John Dugenske, eighth 
grade students at AUGS, will 
also speak at the May 30 
event. • 

Candidates for graduation 
numbier 176, and ceremonies 
begin at 8 0.m. in the Antioch 
HighSchoolgym.. 

The 176 eighths graders 
graduating are: ^ 

Susan B.Abernathy, Tina 
Marie 'Abiier, Russell Ed- 
ward Bachara, LoAnn J. 
Bachochin, Don M. Ball, 
Janet Marie Ballenger, 
David Carl Barth, Jeffrey 
Scott Baryl, Lisa Ann Bell, 
iOm Marie Belli, Vito Joseph 
Benigiio, Daniel All^n 
Berkiel, Diana Marie Ber- 
muth, Catherine Dawn Ber- 
nard, GaU Lynn Bemet, An- 
thony Gerald Bessoh, 
William James Betke, 
James . L. Birr, Joel John 
E(issing, Wanda Lynn' Bock, 
Laura Lynn Bowen, Timothy 
Richard Breston, David 
James Buchman, . David 
Christopher Buckingham, 
Lawrence Anthony Bukan- 



tis, -Andrew.: Thomas 
Burkhairt itnd Darrell 
Michael Butler. 

Also, John Michael Car- 
son, Steven Lown Case, Beth 
Ann Chasar, Jennifer 

. Maiirebn Chase, Laura 
Elaine- Cowdrey, Karen 
Amanda Cowle, Carrie Anne 
Cullen, James Anthony Novl 
Curry, Jill Andrea Davis, 
Elisabeth Kristen 

peBenedetto, Joyce Ann 
beering, Debra Lynn 
Delaney, Steven Edward 
Denny, i Anthony Richard; 
DeVito, Tracy Ann 'Donner, 
Deborah Louide Doty, John 
Edward Dugenske, Lisa Ann 
Eberhard, Marlene Joanne 
Edwards, Patricia Ann 
Fisher, John Thomas Flam, 
Dpifna Chdrlene Flaschner, 
Bradley James Floden, 
Steven Edward Freeman, 
Robert R. Fritz, Beth A. 
Garland and James Alan 
Geier. 

Also, Jef fery Scott Gibson, 
Sue Ann Gillman, JoAiui 
Louise Glassmann, 
Raymond Anthony Gunther, 
Robin Leroy Halsey, Leah 
Deanne Hamrick, 

• Christopher Charles Harp, 
David'C, Harris, Carol Anne 
Haun, Sarah Ann 




Heiselmann, Robert Allen 
Hill, Jacqueline A. Hofer, 
Mark'Brian Holbek, John H. 
Humphreys, Kathleen Marie 
Ugner, Richard Arthur 
jaschob, Dawn Michelle 
Jenkins, Tania Anna Jewc- 
zyk, Ronald L. Johnson, 
Maurine E. Justad, Peter 
Joseph Keim, Jody Lynn 
Kenyon, Laurieann 
KUdegaard, John Bradley 
Klaczak, Melanie Rae 
Kleban, Bradley ' Edward 
kbrando and Donald Eric 
Korjenek. 

Also, Patricia Anne 
Koziel, Jeffr^ Allen KroU, 
Cynthia Marie Krueger, 
Shirley Ann Krug«r» Tammy 
Marie I^ir, Ronald B, Lar- 
son, Elizabeth Marie Laur- 
sen, .Robert Bruce Lear- 
mont, Andrew Robert Lehn, 
Susan E. Lemke, Kristine M. 
Lessard, Brian Keith 
Lorenz, Stephen Dojuglas ' 
Lundsford, Matthew^ S. 
McGrain, Carol Annett . 
McKay, Thomas Einar 
McLellan, Pamela Jean 
Macek, • Francis Joseph 
Mahar, John Paul Mahar, 
Jennifer Ann. Mayer, 
Elizabeth Ann Mayer, 
Christine Elizabeth Maz^ 
zuca, Matthew Byron Mer- 



guest at ceremony 



cereau, • Charles O. Mills, 
Michael , Scott Mondr- 
zejewski, James . Robert 
Murray and Sherry A. 
Napier. 

Also, Paul Alan Nauertz, 
Timothy J. 'Neckermann, 
Robert George Nelson, An- 
thony James Niemiec, Kim-, 
berly Ann NichoU, Keith 
Alleii Nieze, Laura Jean 
Ollschlager, Beth E. Olson. 
Tina Lorraine Olson, Deidre 
Ann Palmer, Deanna. Lynn 
Payne. Tracy Lynn 
Petrisko. Brenda Lee Pet- 
terec, Sandra Jean 
Petykowski. David Glen 
Pinkham, Edward Robert 
Poulos. Barry Martin Proc- 
tor. Diane Kelly Propeck, 
Kermit Mason Radke, 
Frederick Rot>ertRakoncay, 
Patricia Mary Ramig. 
Stephen Vem Redman, Pati 
Marie Rentsch. Karolyn 
Jane Richter. Sliaron Lynn 
Risch and Todd Thomas 
Roe. 

Also, Amy Kathryn 
Rogers. Mary Carol 
Rudolph.. John Timothy 
Ruggles, Kenneth John San- 
drik, David R. Sauve, John 
Walter Scanlon. Kimberly 
Ann Schintgen, Jeffrey 
Michael Schlarbaum, An- 



drea A. Schlosser, David 
Joseph Schuld, Nicole L. 
Sciortino. Tammy J. 
Seollay, Kathryn Marie 
Shepard. Edwardo Daniel 
Silva, James Robert Smith, 



Trayes, Craig Steven Tripp,' 
Shelley Lynn Tudjan, 
Christopher John Twardy, 
Jeffrey Scott Van Patten, 
James Dean Wais. Robert 
Lee. Walden, James Alan 



Scott MacKay Smith. Rene Weber, Ty- Diiniel Webster, 

Marie Starcevic, Richard John Michael Wegelj John A. 

Stryjewski, Lisa Beth Swan- Weldin, Robin Rene Weldon, 

son, George John Taylor. Annette Dorothy Wencka. 



Helen May Templeman. 
Dennis J. Thompson, Jill 
Marie Tiderman, Roger 
Tragasz, Susanne Marie, 
Trapp, Raymond' Charles 



Erich J. Westhoff, ChrisUne 
Rebbecha Whitman. Bryce 
W. Willett and David 
Michael Wright. 



Band combo to be 
Emmons highlight 



• Emmons Grade School is 
busy readying for 
graduation ceremonies to be 
held at 7 p.m., Friday, May 
30. at Emmons School. 
Highlights of the graduation 
will include a special ad- 
dress by W.C Petty, and 
also words form honor 
students Kendall Kirk- 
patrick, Jim Hamlin and Ed 
Kuligoski. 

Pierfprming musical selec- 
tions for the event will be the 



Grass Lake and Emmons 
Grade School combined ban- 
ds under the direction of Jan 
Potter. John Kakacek will 
confer honors, while school 
board president Richard 
Becker Sr. will present 
diplomas. 

Candidates for diplonias in 
the 1980 graduating class in- 
clude Robert Altman, Bryan 
Becker. Michelle Buker, 
Virginia Carney. Michael 
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Congratulations. 

to the 

Class of 80 

AL'SCITGO 
&SONS 

Main street & North Avenue 
Antioch, Illinois' 

(312)395-2323 



Con^fatutaiidiis 
Class of '80 

JERRY'S 

STANDARD 

SERVICE 

U.S. Hwy. 41 & Rte. 173 
Zion, Illinois 

(312)3954141 



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SORENSON 

INSURANCE 

587 Phillips Circle 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-4017 



Cohffraiulations 
to the 
Class of 80 . 

First Notional 
Bonk of 
Antioch 

485 Lalte street ' 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-3111 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 80 

JOHNSON 
JEWELERS 

381 Lake street 
Antioch. Illinois 

(312)395-5544 



Porcaloineote; 
Unlimited , 

Bathroom Resurfacing 

Specialists 
Tubs •Sinks •Tile 

(312)395-0643 

Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 80 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 80 

GRAHAIM'S, 
THE WAY WE 



25195 W. Rte. 173 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-7895 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '8b 

. ANTIOCH 



CYCLERY 

890 l\ffain Street 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-6500 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 80 

ANTIOCH 
FOODS, INC. 

401 Ijke street 
Antioch. Illinois 

(312)395-7070 



Congratulation s 

to the 

Cfass of '80 

FLO'S 
BEAUTY SHOP 

Rte. 59 and Grass Lake Rd. 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-3910 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '80 

ANTIOCH 
PIZZA SHOP 

(312)395-6777 

994 Route 59 
Antioch, Illinois 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 80 

iNTIOCH 
SAVINGS 
&LOAN 

425 lake street 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312) 395-3030 



C. HALING & 
SONS MARINA 

"Johnson Motors Dealer" 
(312)395-2250 

Grass Lake Road, Antioch, It). 
60 years at the same location 



BROTHERS GMC 

19588 Route 173 
Antioch, Illinois > 

(312)395-3700 

Congratulations 

to the 

Clagfi of '80 

from ffie Truck People 



Congratulations 

to the 

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REGAL 
CHINA 

336 North Ave., 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-1020 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '80 

THE 
ANTIOCH NEWS 

952 Main Street 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-5755 



MR. ARNOLD'S 
COIFFURES 

912 Main Street 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395t5123 

Congratulations 

to the 

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HERB'S USEO 

AUTO PARTS, 

INC. 

Rte. 83 & Wall St. 

(Larson Industrial Park) 

Lake Villa, Illinois 

(312)395-5300 
(312)356-5946 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '80 

GRASS LAKE 
LUMBER CO. 

* Grass Lake Road 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-0800 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '80 

THE 
GILDED CAGE 

345 Park Ave. (Mall) 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-0320 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '80 

THE ANTIOCH 
REPORTER 

t7 952 Main street 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-4121 



Congratulation s 

to the 

Class of '80 

STRANG 
FUNERAL HOME 

1055 S. Main Street 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-4000 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '80 

MARTY 

SCHWIND 

&SONS 

Town Line Road 
/\nttoch, Illinois 

(312)395-3995 



Congratu lotions 

to the 

Class of 80 

KOEUNE'S 
GREENHOUSE 

Route 45 
Antioch, Illinois 

(312)395-0101 



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MONDAY, MAY 19 

Cardinals?, Tigers! 
Astros U, Cubs? 

TUESDAY, MAY 20 

Orioles 9, Dodgers.e 
Giants 6, Yankees 1 

: WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 
Tigers JO, Cubs 9 
Cardinals S Astros 5 

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Giants vs. Cardinals 

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VyEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1980 







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Mill Laket Region busy 
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'The Hollow," an Agatha 
.Christie whodunitp will open 
Saturday, June 7, at the 
PM&L Theater, 877 Main St., 
Ahtioch. Four following per- 
formances are Sjet for Friday 
and Saturday nights, June 
13, 14, 20 and 21. Curtain time 
for all of these shows is 8:30 
p.m. ' 

Set deep in the tradition of 
Agatha Christie mysteries, 
"The Hollow" weaves a 
suspenseful tale of an 
aristocratic British family 
caught ,in the crossfire of 
C£H^icting social customs, 
rutfiless ambition, romantic 



intrigue, and sex triangles. 
As every cloak-and-dagger 
mystery fan knows, these 
cliff-hanging ingredients can 
only lead to murder. 

The PM&L production is 
directed by BillSershon. His 
cast of suspects, victims, 
and . defectives include Pat 
Sershon, Antioch, as 
Henrietta Angkatell; George 
Blanksten, Antioch, Sir 
Henry; Ricky Apostal, An- 
tioch, Lady Angkatell; 
Tracy T. Kiederlen, Antioch, 
Midge Harvey; Jim Bishop, 
Round' Lake, as the in- 



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S^kip fantastic at 
^ircraft^how 

Over one hundred radio the outdoor air show at 2 
controlled model aircraft, in- p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. 
eluding warbirds, pylon Sunday. 



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racers, pattern ships, • 
biplanes, sports flyers, and 
gliders will be on display in- 
side the Lakehurst Mall 
from 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. on 
Saturday, June 7, and from 
noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 
8. One of the feature at- 
tractions both days is the 



Radio Control Expo HI is 
sponsored by the Lake Coun- 
ty Radio Control Club and 
the Sky Knights 
Aeromod^ling Team. This is 
a sanctioned event by the 
American Modelers Assn. 
with ribbons and, trophies to 
be awarded in twelve 
"Spirit of. America" flying categories. Vicki Cawthon, 
team from Toledo, Ohio Miss Lake County 1980; will 
which will make its second present trophies to the thir- 
appearance in Lake County, ty-six lucky winners at 
The team performs during closing ceremonies at 4 p.m., 

Junes. 
_. a _» • The indoor static displays 

S An|| and the outdoor air show are 

C"'*"' ... free of charge to the public. 

Last year's Expo H drew 
hundreds of model en- 
thusiasts as well as in- 
terested spectators and 
, . , would-be hobbyists. The 

Re^str^tion for the next displays involve models un- 
sctibol year at Faith der construction, covering 
Evangelical Lutheran techniques, radio equip-. 
School will be held Monday, ment, club locations in the 
August 18. - greater metropolitan area, 

Any person wishing to operating model cars and 
enroll their child for the first 
time should contact the 
school or church office at 
395-1664 ^dr 395-r660, 
according " to Melvin C. 
Schwartz, principal. 



registration 



tanks, plus literature on how 
to get into radio control. 



dispensible butler; Bruce 
Stamm, Round Lake, Ed- 
ward Angkatell; Nancy 
Balmes, Antioch, as the^- 
citable housemaid; Dee 
Baum, Antioch, as Gerda 
Cristow; Martin Domeracki, 
Antioch, as her dashing 
husband, John;' Vicki 
Tolash, Libertyville, as an 
incredibly glamorous movie 
star; Don Beveroth, Pad- 
dock Lake, as Inspector 
Colquhoun of Scotland Yat'd; 
and Bob McKee, Antioch, as 
Sergeant Penney, the in- 
spector's trusty aide. With a 
cast of characters like this, 
there has got to be foul play. 

**The Hollow" rounds out 
PM&L's current Season 
'XIX. This whodunit is good 
-fun—for —all,— whether — in-- 
curable Agatha Christie fans 
or not. To be assured of a 
chance to try to unravel this 
ingenious mystery^ call 395- 
3055 to make reservations, 
and be at the theater by 8: 15 
p.m. on the night you plan to 
see the play. 



Names in 
the NEWS 

Staff Sergeant Cathy A. 
Deitrich, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. William R. Nagler, 
Lake Villa, is training in- 
structor and has graduated 
from the Air University's 
academic instructor course 
'Bt^axwell air Force Base in 
Montgomery. 

- The new instructor studied 
learning theory, com- 
munication skills, teaching 
methods, and will serve as 
an instructor in her Air For- 
ce specialty of Offutt .Air 
Force Base, Neb. 

Sergeant Deitrich is a 1973 
graduate of Grant Com- 
munity High School. 



The "lazy, ha^ days' of 
summer" will have to be 
postponed for Sally Ann 
Mueller of Grayslake, who 
was recently named Miss 
Lakes Region - as a 
preliminary to the Miss 
Illinois Pageant ' scheduled 
for July 16-19 in Aurora. 

Miss Mueller has returned 
from college jto a busy 
schedule and pro^m of ac- 
tivities set up by the Miss 
Lakes Region committee. 
The careful selection of her 
competition gown and swim- 
suit has been made, with the 
remaining task to find an ef- 
fective iteih of apparel to 
wear for her talent presen- 
tation . of the piano 
arrangement "The Ritual 
Fire Dance" by Manuel D6 
JV>lIa^ . ^£_ [_ 

Prior to the Aurora 
pageant, which is the state 
finals for the Miss America 
National Pageant in Atlantic 
City in September, Miss 
Mueller will be the guest of 



HOSTS: RON and CAROL 



Names in 

the NEWS I WINDJAMMER 

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' Keith Rezin of Lin- 
denhurst, is a finalist in 
Augustana College golf 
team's quest in national 
competition. Rezin leads the 
team with 77.8 average, and 
the team finished in lOth 
place in its third appearance 
in the. National Assn. of In- 
tercollegiate Athletics 
Division HI Golf Cham- 
I^ionship in Des Moines, 
Iowa. 

Ted Poulos, a freshman 
business major at Carthage 
College in Kenosha, has been 
awarded one of sixty letters q 
in varsity spring sports. He 
received his letter in 
baseball, and is the son of 3* 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Poulos 
of Antioch. 



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Includes Salad Bar 
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SUNDAY BRUNCH 

10:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. 
Dinner 3410 - 8410 p.m. 
Dally Luncheon Specials $2.50 

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the Miss Thornton Township 
Pageant on May 30; Miss 
Carpenteraville Pageant, 
June 13; and the Miss 
Barrington Pageant on June 
14. 

The Illinois state com- 
mittee has designated June 
22 as "Super Sunday" being 
held hi Aui'ora for canr 
didates to .participate in 
determining the schedule lof 
competition events tfnd 
rehearsal days in the week of 
activities to select Miss 
Illinois 1981. 

Locally, Lake County 
Faurgoers will find Sally 
Mueller at the fairgrounds 
on July 22 and 23 par- 
ticipating as a judge in the 
selection of the Miss Lake 
County Faur Queen for 1980. 

The final evening of com- 
petition in the~Mi^Illindis~ 
Pageant, Saturday, July 19, 
will be televised on a local 
metropolitan station to be 
announcedata later date. 

Tickets for the evenings of 



competition, in Aurora are 
now available through the 
Miss Lakes Region Chair- 
man, Mario Good, 395-2465; 
office: B6M593, at $3.50 per 
person for preliminary night 
July 16-18;and $10 per person 
for the Sfi|turday finals at the 
Paramount. Theatre iii 
Aurora. All evening 
programs will begin at 8 

pm. t..- ' .-■:• ■ \''-('\'',^., 

Chariman Good reminds 
anyone that is interested in 
requesting a personal ap- 
pearance by Miss Lajte^ 
Region, for a business or 
civic function, a club event 
or luncheon, may contact 
committee member Jan 
Trapp at 395-2348 or Mario 
Godd, 



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^— CONGRAfrui^ATIONS— 

The Grass J^e Brav^ 
Softball team at. the grade 
school was named con- 
ference champs for the 1980 
school year. • 




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Come on out for some hearty, homestyle fixins' like our- 
famous hickory-smoked Ham, freshly baked breads and 
desserts, served in our Restaurant-on-the Lake. 

SUMIWER FUN— boat rides, pony carts, farm animals, 
shops & lots of country (un, an easy drive away. 

Open Dally from 10 am • 414/279<5222 312/|86-G160 

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we're adding all you can eat Lobster 
to the menu for only 95* extra! 

Try a little of everything on our 
new and expanded menu. 

There's no better deal around! 



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Fried Chlclten 
Teriyaki Chicken 
Pork Chops 
Shrimp 

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THE ANTIOCH NEWS 



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Antioch High School's var- 
^i^ b^bdU closed out its 
season ;With,a(4^ shutout at 
Wanrenpiill& 

< Earite|> ;!iH^ the week, the 

Sequoits lost in aii Illinois 

Hi^ School Aflsn; regional 

,gatiie aiUbd^^rville 13^'on ' 

'■May20:.-y; '■*■'■ .''?-J;;;;;;i 

In ,Gurinee,^,Teny Xtowar : 
thr^.; ■;« '\ two hit shutout 
iagainst the Blue Devils. The* 
junior hiirler struck out nine 
and walked four in going the 
distance on themouhd.' 

THE SEQUOITS opened 
their, scoring with an unear- 
nedrun Inlthefhrstinhingi 

Then in thfi'Sixtii, Mark 



Pomazak led) ;6ff< with a 
single; ' pinq Sisto followed 
with a sinash.over; tHe^jHght- 

fieldferitebut ontoRte. 2t; V' 

\ Glen Flanagan followed 
^with a triple and he scored 
on Tim Koesser's sacrilice 

■fly. ■ ■■''■ 

Tond Bemet also had a 
triple. . 

AT - UBElRT;y^ILLE. 
Sisto belted a two rtin rotind- 
trippdr'in the first'innhig to 
highlight a three run 
scoring. 

' Then Bernet had a three 
nin double In the fifth innUig 
to .close out the Antioch 
scipring:- 



, Antioch finished up the 
season with'a 6ra Shark in the 
NWSCanj^6-14p;v^U. 

'Tm looking forward >to 
seeing^ur Junior pitchers in 
the summer league/' said 
Coach Tom Baba. "They are 
Tim' Koesser, Terry Dewar 
kndUoiy Raven. Alsd^ there 
are two sophomores coming 
up. They are John Haling 
and Carl Amundsen.'* . 

"I look jfor theni to be star- 
ters next year," he con-, 
eluded. "It's a Uttte different 
hi the summer than during 
the ' conference season 
because we play four nights 
a week so you need that 
many pitchers." 




INDIVIDUALITY^^ Youngsters received individual awards for junidr A league.for^ 
their, particlpotion during bowling leagues at Antioch Bowl. From left, Shawn Ait- 
mann, high game^ 208; Rhonda McCowley. most Improved bowler; Mark Dominas, 
high series, 576;. Mark Maglio, high average, 172; Rick Samson, high game, 214; 
Andrea Anderson, high series. 530. — Photo by Lisa Wijkie. ^ . 




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Thirty four students are 
candidates for graduation at 
St. Peter Catholic School. 
Ceremonies will take place 
during a special Mass ofi 
1:30 p.m., Saturday, May 31, 



Homeowners 
Inisurance 

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If you have a new home,] 
you may qualify for a 
discount on your home-| 
owners insurance. A 
significant discount. And| 
even if your home isn't 
new, you could qualify 
for Country Companies 
special low rates. Call 
me now for details. 
Insurance for your 
home, life, health, auto, 
farm and business. 



at St. Peter Catholic Church. 
The Rev. Quentin Koplinka, 
OiS.B., will deliver the 
graduation address. 
Diplomas will be conferred 
by the Rev. Francis L; 
Johnson and the Rev. 
, Francis Q.Kub. 

I Eight grade candidates 

include, Nichole Adkins, 

,, Edward Antkowiak, 

Christopher Apostal, Dennis 

Budnick, Richard Carl, 

. Christopher Gagnon, Jodie 
Greis, Peggy Grdth, Joseph 
Gurtow'ski, " Elizabeth 
Heffernan, Thomas Higgins, 
BIythe Holmes, Christopher 

. Hope, Debra Jones, Alana 
Kelly Kerry Kelly, Shawn 

] Kelly and Mary Kenyon. 

Also Michael Koutny, 

Thomas Merkel, Frank 

Moser, Todd Pdlin, Kitty 

■ Purfeerst, Pamela Runyard, 

{Jeffeiy .Sawisch, . Vindent 

Schaff, Shari. Scharlau, 

Kevin Schpudel, Annette 

Schroeder, Cathy Shaffer,. 

Edward Stanek, Michele 

Werner, Kathy Willis and 

. Curtis Wozny. 



JUNIORS ELECT 

The juiiipr class has elec< 
- ted officers - : and student 
council representatives for 
next year at Antioch High 
School. Elected president. 
Earl Ballenger; vice 
president, Kelly Gordon; 
treasurer, Sandy York; 
council reps, Robin Ljndorff 
and Laura Mattson. 



Saturday, May 31 will be 
Yellow Ribbon Day. in An- 
Uo<^.; Many .communities 
have chosen the > display of 
yellow ^bbons as a way to 
honor the American 
hostages in Iran. On May 31, 
the Antioch Jaycettes will be 
displaying yellow ribbons 
along Mahi St., Lake St and 
in Orchard Plaza. 

Accordhig to Sue Dubs, , 
president of the Jaycettes, 
Maiyor Michael Haley will be 
on hand to hang the first rib- 
bon at the comer of Main St. 
and Lake St. at 10 a.m. and 
to officially declare the day . 
"Yellow Ribbon Day" in An- 
tioch. , 

Jaycettes will remain at 
the comer of Main and Lake 
to distribute free yellow ril>- 
t}ohs (one per family while 
supply lasts) toanyone in- 
terested in displaying them 
in front of their own homes. 

Emmons 

grads 

posted 

( Continued from Page's ) 
Christiansen; James 
Hamlin, Amy Jo Hoft, Ken- 

"clall ~Kirkpatfick, Laura 
Kruczek, Jodell Kuechle, 

Edward KuUgoski and Julie 
. Merlo. 

Others include, Steven 
Mueller, Patricia Muller, 

. Myerin' Petersen, Phillip 
Raven, Wendy Sampolinslci, 

Edward Schwind, Kelly 
Shanley, Rodney ^teiskal, 

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Donald Villa, Rebecca 
Webb, Kimberly Wor- 
thington, Preston Wynne. 




INSilMNCE INfORMAllOW 

Our daughtor has become Interested In ceramics and 
has found a klln.She wants to make lb studio In the 
garage. If the kiln should cause a fire, would our 
Homeowner's policy cover this? 

Yes. Your Homeowner's, policy will pay as long as ybur 
daughter continues to pursue ceramics as a hobbyand not 
as a business. Selling her work regularly and rnaking a 
profit would be considered a' business pursuit and would 
not be covered, under the standard Homeowner's policyi 
You do not mention whether \the garage is attached or a 
separate building. If attached, the coverage would be part 
of the dwelling's "all peril" coverage and would be insured 
up to the maximum amount of the dwelling coverage. Jf 
unattached, the garage would be insured under extension 
of the "all perils" coverage of the dwelling for up to 10% 
the amount of coverage on the dvvelling. 



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Broker (313) 399-4430 

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Tobias, Michael Tomany, 
Mary Joan Tonyan, James 
E. Twomey, ^David M. 
Unrein, Dawn > VanSickle, 
Tibor L. Varga, Denise Jo 
^Vamey, Erin M. VIeck, 
Ronald S. Vos, Jr., Kevin 
Charles Vrba, Patrick 
Brennan Vrba, David J. 
Waters, Timothy A. Webb, 
Sheri Lynn Weber, Wendy S. 
Weldin, Anthony Gerard 
Werda, Lee Allan West^ 
Magan M. West, .Vicki 



Westin, Ghia Mae Whisler, 
Beckl M. Wllbright, Jodie L. 
Wikstrom, Susan Elizabeth 
Williams, Carolyn WilSQh, 
James' Hareld .Wilson, 
Marianne Jane Wisniewski, 
Shelly Wix, Prank il, 
Wojtkiewicz, Debria Denise 
Wolf, Richattl Wong, Wendy 
Jean Worswick^, Terrehce 
Michael Worthingtdn, 
Siisanne Sabine . Wudtke, 
' Laura L. ' -^Wylie, Sharon 
Annette Young and Leslie 
Jacqueline ZaUs. 



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WHY DENTAL FLOSS? 



Dental plaque is the 
primary cause of tooth 
decoy and gum disease. A 
tooth brush can help remove 
plaque from visible surfaces 
but cannot remove It from 
between the teeth and 
beneath the gum line. Un- 
woxed floss is most often 
recommended to remove 
plaque from these hidden 
areas. Here's how to use It: 

Cut off abo ut IB inchejjof 
floss and wrap the ends" 
around the middle fingers, 
leoving about 2 inches bet' 
ween the hands. Guide it 
with thuni bs for the t op 
teelh and Index fingers for 
lowers. Pass the floss gently 
between two teeth, sliding 
several times to the gum 
gnd 'back'al<)ng the side of 
one tooth. Repeot the 
scraping on the side of the/ 



odfocent tooth and move on 
until all teeth ore flossed. 

A word of caution: Always 
control the floss. Try never 
to snap the floss suddenly 
between two teeth as the 
gums may be sensitive. Use 
a gentle sowing motion. If 
gums bleed, you may be 
flossing too hard, or they 
may be in poor health, it- 
mokes sense to have your, 
dentist or hygenlst demon- 
"sFrote thFiflbssingTnethod to 
you. If will help insure the 
future health of your teeth 
and gums. 

A public service with the 
aim of promolting a better, 
dentol health environment. 
From th^ office of: ROBIJIT 
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Myles B. Van Duzer 

Funeral services for Myles B, Van Duzer, 91, of Streator, 
Tornierly of Antioch, Salem and Silver Lake, were held May 
27 at the Strang Funeral Home, Antioch. 

'Mr. Van Duzer died May 22 at St. Mary's Hospital, 
Streator. He had lived in Salem, Antioch and Silver Lake for 
many years and in Streator fokf the past two years. He was a 
member of the Northern. Illinois Conservation Club and was a 
cemient mason contractor in the Antioch area for many 
years. ' -.^ -.jV* 

Survivors are one son, Myles W. of Streator; four sisters, 
Mrs. Laura Kletecka of Lake Geneva, Mrs. Dora Simond of 
Round Lake Beach, Mrs. Pauline Bratzke of Waukegan and 
Mrs. Girace Newman of Kenosha; foUr grandchildren; and 
two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his 
wife, Alma (nee Kavanaugh) ^n 1941; and by Jtwo brothers 
and five sisters. .^ 

Interment was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Antioch. 

Nicklaus J. Gdspers 

Funeral Mass for Nicklaus J. Gaspers, 85, of Lake Shangri- 
La, will be held at 10 a.m., Thuiisday, May 29, at St. 
Scholastica Church, Bristol. 

Mr. Gaspers died May 26 at Kenosha Memorial Hospital. 
He had lived in Lake Shangri-La since 1970. He was a mem- 
ber of St. Scholastica Church. He retired in 1961 as a book- 
binder in Chicago. 

Survivors are his widow, Aiuia; one son, Richard of 
Chicago; one daughter, Mrs, Jean Hanson of Bensenville; 
one stepson; Ray Riesbeck'Of Wildwood; one stepdaughter, 
Mrs. Evelyn Jele of Streamwood; and many grandchildren 
and several' great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death 
by his first wife, Elizabeth; by one son, Paul; and by three 
brothers and two sisters. ' r 

Intfirment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, River Grove. 
Friends may call at the Strang Funeral Home, Antioch, from 
3 to9 p.m., Wednesday, May 28. • * _ 



RiibyJ.Cai^ 

Funeral services for Ruby J. Carlson; 69, of Paddock Lake, 
were held May 27 at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 
Bristol. 

Mrs. Carlson died May 24 at St. Catherine's Hospital^ 
Kenosha. She had lived in P^ddockLakeshice 1972. She yras 
a member of Zion Evangelical LiitherariChiurchi^''^''^^ 

Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Elise Martinez of 
Bolingbrook, Mrs. Linda Schwamllem o( Paddock Lake and 
Mrs. Lois Jacobsina of brland^ark; one sister, 1\^. Lillian 
Francik of Chicago; one brother, Ben!jamin Ainbrbse .pf 
Album, Mich.; and 13 grandchildren. She was precedediiii 
death by one brother and three sisters; 
• Interment was in Liberty Cemetery, Trevor. 

Arrangements were liandled by StrangFuneral Home, An- 
tioch./ ^ "''-'; 

Edward J. Tolva 

Funeral services for Edward J. Tolva, 64, of Trevor, will be 
held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, May 28, at the Strang Funeral 
Home, Antioch. Friends, may call from 3 to 9 p.m. on 
Tuesday, May 27, at the funeral home. Interment will be in 
Liberty Cemetery, Trevor. 

Mr. Tolva died May 24 at Lake Forest Hospital. He had 
lived in Trevor since 1960. He was a member of Schultz-Hahn 
American Legion Post 293 in Silver Lake. He was a retired 
foreman for a table padding company in Chicago- 
Survivors are his widow, Geraldine; two sons, David of 
Oak Brook and William of Buffalo Grove; two stepsons, 
Robert Chapman of Salem and Wesley Chapman of Twin 
Lakes; one' stepdaughter, Mrs. Barbara O'Mara of Toledd,; 
Ohio;, three brothers, William of Chicago, Paul of Broadview 
and Michael of Blue Island; two sisters, Mrs. Betty Anriato of 
Oak Park and Miss Marie Tolva of Chicago; and 11 grand- 
children. 




Helen Bolduc 




Funeral services for Helen Bolduc, 76, of Lake Shangn- 
La, were held May 24, at the Strang Funeral Home, Aiitiodh. 
' Mrs. Bolduc died May 21 at Kenosha Memorial Hospital. 
She had lived in Lake Shangri-La since 1967. She worked for 
Metal Decorating Co. in Chicago for 20 years retiring in 1966. . 

Survivors are her husband, Joseph; one son, Joseph A. of 
Schaumburg; and one brother, Alien Cummings of Califor- 
lua. She was preceded in death by one brother, Wilfred Cum- 
mings; by one son, Donald in 1929; and by one sister, Jessie 
Caddill.' 

Interment was in Liberty Cemetery, Trevor. 



Jury nomed 
in man's death 



■ . JOSEPH L^ BURIAN ■ _> 

A son, Joseph Lee, was bom May 9 af Mclienry Hospitalto" 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. ^urian of- Antioch.. He weighed 
seven pounds, eight ounces. He has a brother, Michael T. 
Grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones of Fox 
LakeHUls, and Mr. August Burian of TwinLakes. . 

Dug Out slates 

class *'C" teams and below. 
Entry fee is $75 and one 
game ball. 

There are consolation 
divisions so each team is 
guaranteed two games. 
There are sponsor trophies 
and traveling expense for 
first, second aiid con- 
solation champs. 



Dug Out Park in Trevor 
has set the dates for- two. 
more tournaments. The first 
will be June 12-lnch Slowpit- 
ch Tournament on June 7 
and8. 

Next wiil be the June 16- 
Inch Tournament oh June 14 
and 15. 

Both tournaments are for 



Kenneth Barty, 62, of 
Lakewood Dr. in Antioch, 
died Wednesday, May 21, in 
the garage at his residence, 
an apparent victim of carbon 
monoxide poinsoning. 

Authorities said that the 
body was found by a family 
member in the afternoon, in- 



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A coroner's jury has been 
selected to investigate the : 
death, according to Coroner 
Robert ( Mickey) Babcox. 

Mr. Barty was bora in 
Chicago and lived there 
before moving to Antioch in 
1957. He was a truck driver 
for many years, and was a 
member of the Teamster's 
Union. 

Survivors include two 
sons, Timothy, of Mt. 
Prospect, and William of An- 
tioch; two daughters, Mrs. 
Donna Huber of Antioch, and 
Miss Louise Barty of 
Trevor; one brother, Robert 
of Bradenton, Fla. and one 
grandson. He was preceded 
in death by one son, Robert, 
in 1961. 

Funeral services were 
held on May 24 at the Strang 
(Funeral Home in Antioch, 
with the Rev. Wayne Lan- 
dgrebe officiating. In- 
terment was at Home Oak 
Cemetery in Antioch. 



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Cradles; 150 & 715 KVA Federal, 100 & 75 KVA 
Banner Pneu. Press Type Spot Welders; Mod. M/W 
Baron-Blakeslee Dual Pass-Thru Parts Washer; ■ 
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Mills; 15" X 42'^ Sheldon (1968) & 12" x 36" 
Clausing Engine Lathes; 3'8" Col. Arboga Radial 
Drill; 8'^ x 24" Abrasive & 6" x 18" Boyar-Schultz 
(1964) Surf. Grinders; 37.5 KVA Consolidated Gas 
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The Antioch Community 
Consolidated District No. 34 
Board of Education hereby 
gives notice that groups 
jvishin g to use school pro per- 
ty to practice any and~alP 
sports at any time must have 
the permission of the School 
District or have a- permit 
from the Antioch Park 
District.* Groups in violation 
can be prosecuted for 
.trespassing. 

Permission for using -the 
field may be obtained by 
calling the School Business 
Office or the Park District. 

The Board also wishes to ' 
give notice thatlt is unlawful 



to possess or to consume 
alcoholic beverages on 
school property. Anyone in 
violation of this law shall be 
prosecuted by Order of the 
Board of Education, Antioch 
Community Consolidated 
.District No. 34. 
Dated May 6th, 1S80: 

May 28, June 4, 11, 1980 
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Notice is liereby given.that 
sealed bids will be received 
by the Board of EJducation of 
Antioch Community High 
School until 1:00 P.M. on 
Monday, June 16,. 1980 for 



bus tires. Specifications can 
be obtained from ahd bids 
mailed to: Antioch Com- 
munity High School, 1133 
Main Street, Antioch, IL 
60002. Attention: Kenneth C. 
Wierschem. The Board of 
Education reserves the right 
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to: Antioch . Community 
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tention: Kenneth C. Wier- 
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Business Manager 

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THE ANTIOCH NEWS 



WEDNESDAY; MAY.28; 1980 




WILLIAMS PARK 

4th Of July Picnic 

Games 

"Miss Antiocli" 

Contest 

FREE SWIMS: 

July 4th • Labor Day 

Chicken Bar-BrQ Aug. 3 



SWIM HOURS: 

8:30 - 10:00 M, W, & F — Swim Team 
9:00 - 10:00 Tues. & Thurs. — Swim Team 
10:00-1 :00 — Swim Lesspns 
1 :30 - 8:00 — OPEN SWIM 
Pool Parties After 8:30 



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(Family of 4) $45 

per extra child $3 - 

single $20 

Dally Fees: _ 

$1 .00 Children; $1 .50 Adults; 50* Senior Citizens 



Outside 
Townsliip 

$50 

$3.50 

$25 



RENTAL 

Of Volleybailt Croqiiiat, 

Badmlntont Boricetbdiif 

_^ Tenii is and Sof tball ^ 

Equipment 



"World Famous Hot Dogs" 

COHCESSION STAND 

Open All Day - Daily 

Coffee - Pop 

Rolls - Pop Corn 

Variety of Sandwiches 

Popsicles 




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Glenda Toitiaschtik, Director 

874 Main Street, Antioch, Illinois 

Phone: (312) 395-2160 

SEASON POOL PASS APPLICATIONS 

Total Amount *_^ 

Family Membership 

Covers Parents And Two Childrian Under 18 

In Township $45.00 
Outside Township $50.00 
Each Additional Child $3.00 A Piece 
Single AAembership 

In Township $20.00 
Outside Township $25.00 
FAMILY 



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EACH PASS ISSUED FOR SOLE OWNER 
NOT TRANSFiRABLEIII 

Make Checks Payable To: Village of Antioch 
Passes are issued at the Parks Office: 874 Main Street, Be- 
tween 9:00, A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Monday Through Friday and 
9:00 A.M. to Noon on Saturdays. 



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ANTIOCH PARKS AND RECREATION 

AQUA CENTER LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM 



Student's Name 

Address 

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City. 



Dote of Birth. 



Phone , 



Last Station Attended. 



Age 1 

Phase check alt sessions desired, time and type of class. Maximum class 
load 90 per hour, 50 per preschool class. 3 Year olds accepted oh approval 
of Instructor only. i 

FBEFORLBSSOtiS: Members $10.00 

Non-Members $15.00 

Registration Dates June 1 1th. 1980 (9s30 to liOO PJVI.) 

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FIRST SESSION JUNE 16-JUNE 27. MON.-FRL 

_^_,_n-l Advanced Life Saving . 

10-11 A.M. Swimmers and Intermediate 

11-12 Beginner and Advanced 

.12-12:45 Pre-School 

SECOND SESSION JUNE 30-JULY 11, MON.-FRI. 

__10-11 A.M. Beginners and Advanced Beginners 

11-12 Beginners and Intermediate 

12-12 :45 Pre-School 

12-12:45 Beginners Diving 

THIRD SESSION JULY 14-JULY 25. MON.-FRI. 

10-11 A.M. Beginners and Intermediate 

1K12 Beginners and Intermediate 

12-12:45 Pre-School 

12-12:45 Beginners Diving 

12:45-1:30 Water Ballet . , 

FOURTH SESSION JULY 28-AUGUST 8. MON*-FRI.' 

10-11 A.M. Swimmers and Intermediate 

__11-12 Beginners and Advanced 

__ 12-1 2:45 Pre-Scliool 



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